CEA-Leti to present 21 Papers at Photonics West 2019 and host workshop

    Leti, an institute of CEA-Tech, will present eight invited papers, 21 in total, at Photonics West 2019 in San Francisco, and unveil its latest research on improved photonics-electronics and software convergence at a Feb. 6 workshop.

    From Feb. 5-7 in booth #959B, CEA-Leti’s multidisciplinary optics-and-photonics teams will introduce their latest ready-to-be-transferred solutions for all-wavelength imaging – visible, infrared, THz – as well as information displays, solid-state lighting, optical data communications, optical sensors, and more.

    For the fourth consecutive year, Leti will host a photonics workshop and networking-cocktail reception for invited guests during Photonics West. Beginning at 5:30 pm, Feb. 6 in the W-Hotel, Leti will unveil its latest research towards greater photonics-electronics and software convergence.

    Workshop Topics

    • Introduction– Ludovic Poupinet, Head of CEA-Leti’s Optics & Photonics Division
    • Next Generation Disruptive Adaptive Driving Headlight Technology –Jy Bhardwaj, Chief Technology Officer, Lumileds
    • Smart Retina for Edge Intelligence – Marc Duranton, CEA Fellow, CEA-Leti’s Architecture, IC Design & Embedded Software Division
    • Towards Smart Miniaturized LIDAR – Eleonore Hardy, CEA-Leti Business Developer, Silicon Photonics
    • On-Chip Optical Sensing for Chemical Trace Detection – Sergio Nicoletti, CEA-Leti Business Developer, Optical Sensors
    • A Solution Towards Large-Area MicroLED Displays – François Templie, CEA-Leti Strategic Marketing Manager for Displays
    • Curved Image Sensor: A Minor Change for Great Benefits – Alexis Rochas, CEA-Leti Business Developer, Visible Imaging

    Photonics West Papers

     Saturday, 2 February

    • Fibre grating coupler development for Si-photonics process design kits at CEA-Leti, 9:20 am ROOM 152 (SOUTH UPPER MEZZANINE)
    • Time-resolved optical monitoring to detect and identify deep flaps,  10:30 am ROOM 54 (SOUTH LOWER MEZZANINE)
    • Surprisingly simple and compact microscope for time-lapse phase and fluorescence imaging based on chromatic aberration 2:30 pm ROOM 210 (SOUTH LEVEL TWO)
    • Quantitative phase imaging of adherent mammalian cells: a comparison of three different techniques 2:50 pm ROOM 210 (SOUTH LEVEL TWO)

    Sunday, 3 February

    • Photoacoustic cell on silicon for mid-infrared QCL-based spectroscopic analysis, 1:30 pm ROOM 205 (SOUTH LEVEL TWO)

    Monday, 4 February

    • Green InGaN/GaN based LEDs: high luminance and blue shift 8:45 am ROOM 314 (SOUTH LEVEL THREE)
    • Statistical study of blood cells population by very wide-field phase/fluorescence imaging 1:20 pm ROOM 159 (SOUTH UPPER MEZZANINE)
    • Optical frequency comb generation using annealing-free Si3N4 films for front-end monolithic integration with Si photonics 2:30 pm ROOM 105 (LOBBY LEVEL SOUTH)
    • Laser cooling of solids: towards biomedical applications 2:30 pm ROOM 58 (SOUTH LOWER MEZZANINE)

    Tuesday, 5 February

    • Advances on GeSn-based light emitters and photodetectors for mid-IR photonics, 8:20 am ROOM 152 (SOUTH UPPER MEZZANINE)
    • Miniaturization of mid-IR sensors on Si: challenges and perspectivesÂ,  9:00 am ROOM 153 (SOUTH UPPER MEZZANINE)
    • Subwavelength cavity optomechanics 11:40 am ROOM 153 (SOUTH UPPER MEZZANINE)
    • Advances on large-scale integration CMOS compatible hybrid III-V/Si laser on 200mm platform,11:45 am ROOM 152 (SOUTH UPPER MEZZANINE)
    • Multiplexed pixelated hologram recording process for retinal projection device 1:40 pm ROOM 72 (SOUTH LOWER MEZZANINE)
    • InGaN/GaN μLED SPICE modelling with size-dependent ABC model integration 2:50 pm ROOM 311 (SOUTH LEVEL THREE)

    Wednesday, 6 February

    • Technological advances on Si and Si3N4 low-loss waveguide platforms for nonlinear and quantum optics applications 8:30 am ROOM 213 (SOUTH LEVEL TWO)
    • Integrated optical network design for a retinal projection concept based on single-mode SiN waveguides at 532 nm 8:40 am ROOM 105 (LOBBY LEVEL SOUTH)
    • Atomic-scale engineering of amorphous Ge-Sb-S-Se-Te chalcogenide thin films for nonlinear optics in the mid-infrared 10:30 am ROOM 105 (LOBBY LEVEL SOUTH)
    • Single-mode lasing in strained Ge microbridges (Invited) 10:30 am ROOM 153 (SOUTH UPPER MEZZANINE)

    Thursday, 7 February

    • Development of a 360° display based on transparent projection surface: application to a theatrical performance 9:00 am ROOM 151 (SOUTH UPPER MEZZANINE)
    • Advanced solutions for high-performance GaN MicroLED displays,  9:30 am ROOM 314 (SOUTH LEVEL THREE).


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